When mentioning copywriting and regular writing, many people mistakenly think it refers to the same. However, that’s not the case. In contrast with regular content writing, copywriting gives the full rights of the content to the client who requested it.
As a writer, all content written by you belongs to you legally and no one can use it either fully or partially without giving the proper credits. This is not the case with copywriting. When copywriting, you renounce to any credits or possession of any written text. The company who acquired it, can modify or edit this text as desired.
To make the statement even clearer: any content you write, if not done under a request as copywriting, can’t be modified or shared without your consent. It also should be taken down of any platform immediately if you request so. A copywrited text belongs to a company or independent worker, from the moment you deliver it to them as long as there’s an existing contract stating your authorization to give the copyright away.
The main reason companies opt for this method is to ensure the content can’t be used by another website. This is because it could affect their ranking and visibility on search engines.
Why should I be in charge of the copywriting of your content?
With a wide experience in regular writing and copywriting for clients and third party agencies and understanding that any content, including rough drafts and ideas, belongs completely to my client. This is from the moment an agreement is done or a contract signed. Verbal agreements are also valid if made with clear statements.
If using the work done as a reference, it will only be under your authorization. In these cases, I make clear that the content doesn’t belong to me, but to you, FOREVER.
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